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Dalit Rights Activist Chandrashekhar Azad’s Detention Is A Mockery Of Law: Amnesty International India

The arrest and detention of Dalit rights activist Chandrasekhar Azad under the National Security Act a day after he was granted bail is a brazen attempt

After 33 Years Of November 1984 Sikh Genocide, Justice Still Eludes Victims : Amnesty International

The impunity enjoyed by the perpetrators of the 1984 Sikh massacre must end immediately and authorities should ensure that all those responsible,

‘We have been told to forget and move on. Is that possible?’, Asks Sikh Genocide 1984 surviver

Darshan Kaur, a survivor of Sikh Genocide 1984, could hardly put her grief into words. She was speaking at a discussion titled ‘Chauraasi Ki Nainsaafi' by Amnesty International India.

Amnesty’s Report Terms Indian Govt’s SIT on 1984 Carnage Cases- a Disappointment

Amnesty International India today released a report called “Chauraasi Ki Nainsaafi: the continuing injustice for the 1984 Sikh massacre".

Supreme Court Of India”s Refusal To Reopen Cases Of Killings Of Kashmiri Pandits Disappointing, Says Rights Group

Reacting to Supreme Court of India's (SCI) rejection of a review petition seeking to reopen 215 cases in which over 700 members of the Kashmiri Pandit 

Rajasthan Government’s ‘Shield And Gag’ Bill Must Be Rejected, Says Amnesty International

“By forbidding criminal investigations against government officials without government approval, the Rajasthan government is effectively building a wall of

India: Dalit Human Rights Lawyer Faces Fabricated Charges and Threats, says Amnesty

New Delhi: Authorities in Haryana must drop fabricated charges against Rajat Kalsan, a Dalit lawyer and human rights defender, and ensure that he receives adequate ...

Myanmar: New Evidence Of Systematic Campaign Of Crimes Against Humanity To Terrorize & Drive Rohingya Out

More than 530,000 Rohingya men, women and children have fled northern Rakhine State in terror in a matter of weeks amid the Myanmar security forces’ targeted

Charges Against Kancha Ilaiah Are Another Absurd Attack On Freedom Of Expression

The charges against writer and a staunch critic of the caste system, Kancha Ilaiah, due to his book, are an absurd assault on the right to freedom of expression,

Rohingya Refugees Must Not Be Forced Home To Abuse And Discrimination: Amnesty International

The international community must help ensure that no Rohingya refugees are forced back to Myanmar as long as they remain at risk of serious human rights violations

UN Security Council Must Impose Arms Embargo On Myanmar: Amnesty International India

The UN Security Council must do everything it can to end the crimes against humanity and ongoing ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya civilian population

UN Security Council must impose arms embargo in Myanmar

The UN Security Council must do everything it can to end the crimes against humanity and ongoing ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya civilian population in Myanmar, including by imposing a comprehensive arms embargo on the country, Amnesty International said.

Crackdown On Students At Banaras Hindu University Disgraceful: Amnesty International India

Responding to the baton-charging by the Uttar Pradesh police of student demonstrators protesting against inaction over a complaint of sexual harassment

Killing Of Tripura Journalist Another Blow To Free Speech: Amnesty International India

The killing of 28-year-old journalist Shantanu Bhowmick in the course of his work in Mandai, Tripura, is another sickening assault on freedom of expression

Aung San Suu Kyi Burying Her Head In The Sand About Rakhine Horrors: Amnesty International India

Reacting to today’s speech by Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s State Counsellor and de facto leader, on the crisis in Rakhine State, James Gomez, Amnesty

Lynching By ‘Gau Rakshaks’ Should No Go Unpunished: Amnesty International India

Responding to reports of the Rajasthan police clearing six men suspected of involvement in the lynching of Pehlu Khan, a dairy farmer falsely accused

“Losing Sight In Kashmir: The impact of pellet-firing shotguns”, A Report By Amnesty International India

Pellet-firing shotguns, which have been responsible for blinding, killing and traumatizing hundreds of people in Kashmir, must be immediately banned,